They do all the great Got, Not Got series
and plenty of toher retro sports titles.
When it was published last year The Penalty King enjoyed a grand Ibrox launch courtesy of the club, as Johnny Hubbard was a huge star of the 1950s and his collaborator David Mason has been Official Club Historian at Rangers since 1986. Now the book makes its debut in paperback.
Johnny Hubbard was a tricky little winger and a huge Rangers star, one of the last surviving members the great 50s side. Known as ‘The Penalty King’ in recognition of his record 60 goals from 63 spot kicks, one of his goals was described by Sir Alex Ferguson as ‘easily the best I’ve ever seen!’
One of the last surviving members of Bill Struth’s great side of the 50s, Johnny Hubbard’s is a story that was born on Pretoria’s Orange River, flowing all the way to the River Clyde.
Looking back on his life and career, Johnny:
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